Manchester United have reached an agreement with Newcastle United for the summer transfer of goalkeeper Martin Dubravka on a season-long loan deal.
The Red Devils have finally gotten their man who will deputize for current number one David de Gea, after Dean Henderson left on loan to Nottingham Forest – with Dubravka now set to pen a twelve-month contract with Erik ten Hag’s side, plus an option to make the deal permanent.
Dubravka will move to the Red Devils on a loan deal, with Ten Hag’s side having the option to make it permanent next summer for £5 million, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Nick Pope is the number one goalkeeper at Newcastle United, which meant that Dubravka would not get much playing time at St. James’ Park. Thus, a summer move from Tyneside to Old Trafford makes sense for all parties concerned.
Meanwhile, new summer recruit Antony has arrived Carrington in order to undergo medicals ahead of a sensational €100m move from AFC Ajax Amsterdam.